Protein Analysis under Spotlight in Malvern’s free Webinar
News May 28, 2010
‘Qualitative and quantitative analysis of proteins using a combination of light scattering techniques in your workflow’ is part of Malvern’s extensive series of freely available webinars. In this event Malvern specialists will show how different light scattering techniques give complimentary information to better understand the condition of a protein sample.
The presenters will discuss how dynamic light scattering is used to monitor sample stability, detect early aggregates in protein formulations and study the thermal stability of proteins. They will also examine the application of size exclusion chromatography with static light scattering and intrinsic viscosity to quantify the proportion of aggregates present, measure molecular weight and oligomeric state, and study conjugation, and structural changes.
Protein "Intentionally" Terminates own Synthesis by Destabilizing Synthesis Machinery — the RibosomeNews
A research group has discovered that a protein, during its synthesis, may destabilize the structure of the ribosome and end its own synthesis prematurely, and found that this phenomenon is used for adapting the cell to its environment.READ MORE